CASology #249 – warm

CASology #249‘s cue card was particularly inspiring: Here is where I went with it: I used a punch for the circle in the middle (forgetting I had just bought circle dies… :D). Some extra sprays of yellow/orange spray ink made it darker and warmer, but maybe a bit too dark cause the sun stamp needed…

CAS(E) This Sketch #211

Here is this week’s sketch from CAS(E) This Sketch: I am not a floral person, but I still loved the look of the reaching stems topped with flowers. So… Balloons! I used complimentary orange and blue, and kept the ink simple with just black. The die cut frame is inlaid back in the paper around…

Halloween cards – graveyard dance

Hello. I am here with a greeting card post! I have many made, which is maybe why I have less time to write blog posts about them? 😉 There is a layer of patterned paper on the card stock (Recollections). The next layer is spray inked and embossed with a gravestones and rats (Heidi Swapp,…

SIP 51 – sunsets!

The timely and seasonal Stamp Ink Paper challenge this week is SUNSETS! What a great combination of colours! Here is my interpretation: This card has lots of different patterned paper, Jillibean Soup stamps for the sentiment and kite (Staz On grey ink) and DoCrafts yellow gem stone embellishments. I got to mash together a bunch…

SIP 49 – burlap flowers

It’s a floral challenge over at Stamp Ink Paper this week: In my ongoing effort to go through older supplies, I took out the last of my burlap flower stickers. I used spray ink to colour them. The back panel is dry embossed and had punched corners and inked edges. The sentiment (Art-C) is stamped….

CASology 191 – washi tape

For the first CASology challenge I am participating in, the cue card is washi tape. This was great because it’s something I have lots of and there was tons of inspiration on how to use it and make it look great! I threw down some washi on card stock and die cut some arrows with…